Acoustic Junction Live at Hookaville '96 on 1996-05-26
New Lexington, OH
DSBD > DAT > CD > EAC > WAV > FLAC
East Side Story
Never Until Now
Think About It
Fisherman's Blues (Waterboys)
St. Dominic's Preview (Van Morrison)
Pulse Of Life
Do What You Do
Revolving Door >
Time (Pink Floyd)
Reed Foehl - guitar, vocals
Curtis Thompson - bass, vocals
Tim Roper - keyboard, flute, violin, harmonica, vocals
Matt Cocconis - drums
Collection AcousticJunctionBand/Artist Acoustic JunctionVenue Hookaville '96Location New Lexington, OHSource SBDLineage SBD > DAT > CD > EAC > WAV > FLACTaped by n/aTransferred by Jeremy Edmondson
March 17, 2008
Check Out Kulica
This is a wonderful recording. Excellent Quality. The band sounds great. I would recommend this to just about anybody.
I have been friends with Curtis for a few years and have never heard Acoustic Junction until this show. I am real glad I finally did. Curtis is in an amazing band from Blue Lake, CA called Kulica. He is the singer and plays acoustic guitar. Lots of originals, excellent covers, just like acoustic Junction. Peace
April 28, 2006
I was @ this show, infact it was my first of 22 hookahvilles. It was in 96 not 95, you can check eh's website www.ekoostik.com. Great show!!! I love that this is up. That weekend changed my life!
April 12, 2005
FINALLY! Some AJ in the house
This is without a doubt THEE most underrated band of their genre! This is without a doubt their greatest era which I'm guessing was around the "transition" to "Fool's Progress".
You just can't go wrong with "Riki" as an opener! What a show. Please bring on some more AJ. I'd really love to hear some more!
April 7, 2005
There are close to two platinum albums in this show. Very strong original material, solid covers, and a tight sound well recorded--sort of Jackson Browne meets John Mellencamp in a heartland showdown. The closing "Uncle Jed" is a masterpiece tour de force. One of the best shows here (so far).